Having the e Bay app on your phone or tablet means you need never miss out.A must for Sky TV viewers, this app lets you watch the channels you see at home on your phone or tablet.The free version plays adverts between tracks, but for £9.99 a month the Premium service is advert-free and you can listen offline, too.
The app provides onscreen answers and even talks back with the latest information.Most Android users will have Google Maps pre-installed on their devices, but it’s a must for i Phone and i Pad users, too.This official Network Rail app provides times and status (delays, cancellations etc) of upcoming departures from every UK station. Windows users should try the ‘Rail Planner’ app (£3.99).Download Skype, set up a user name and with just a click of your mouse you can video-call any other Skype user, anywhere in the world free, via the internet. For a small fee, you can also call landlines and mobiles.Or hear music, news, chat and sports from around the world. Spotify puts more than 20 million pieces of music at your fingertips.
Listen for free to whole albums, create your own playlists, or just dip into Spotify’s pre-chosen selections.It automatically locates you and gives hour-by-hour local weather for the rest of the day and night, plus less detailed forecasts for a week ahead.Enter locations around the world for news of what’s happening elsewhere, too.The app gives you access to all the countless videos on You Tube, so as long as you have internet access, you’ll always be entertained. Tune In radio turns your device into a radio that can pick up any station, anywhere on the planet.Just use the search facility to get access to your local radio from a distant beach.It also saves your photos for syncing to other devices.